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wild carrot

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wild carrot

n
(Plants) an umbelliferous plant, Daucus carota, of temperate regions, having clusters of white flowers and hooked fruits
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Queen′ Anne's′ lace′


n.
a plant, Daucus carota, the wild form of the carrot, having broad umbels of white flowers. Also called wild carrot.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.wild carrot - a widely naturalized Eurasian herb with finely cut foliage and white compound umbels of small white or yellowish flowers and thin yellowish rootswild carrot - a widely naturalized Eurasian herb with finely cut foliage and white compound umbels of small white or yellowish flowers and thin yellowish roots
wild flower, wildflower - wild or uncultivated flowering plant
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All parts of this plant (Conium maculatum) are very poisonous and it can be easily confused with others of the Umbelliferae such as the wild carrot (Daucus carota).
And finally, to round off the day in style, visitors can enjoy a birthday drink at the Wild Carrot bar, where Hampshire local James Edwards has created a tipple to every taste.
From his lab at LAU's Jbeil campus, Mroueh has been studying the wild carrot since 2005, publishing with his research team over a dozen peer-reviewed studies on the cancer-fighting effects of the molecule they extracted from the plant.
In fall 2011-2012, at 10 vineyard sites, rows were tilled and seeds of purple tansy, bishop's flower and wild carrot were sown in alternate row middles.
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast: Guests can discover delicious local and seasonal specialities with a dining experience at Wild Carrot, the Hotel's new restaurant.
BOTANY: The tall white flowers that spread horizontally across the painting appear to be a variation of the plant Queen Anne's lace, otherwise known as Daucus Carota or wild carrot. The young roots are edible.
Just beyond the vegetable gardens, we let the property grow wild and in the years since we've moved in, we've learned how to harvest medicinal plants from that "wild" land including red clover, wild carrot, plantain, mullein, milkweed, elderberries, and wild grapes.
Wild Carrot Herbais Plant goddess and owner Jody Berry grows many of the ingredients (arnica, yarrow, cottonwood) in her all-natural nutrient-rich body-care products.
Among the specific spots and topics are 13th Avenue and Pier 52, Washington grasslands, the wild High Line, Hoboken Terminal, the southern spur, architecture of the High Line, the art deco prison, museum mile-and-a-half, center of amusements, schools of the future, the great spires, New York's lumberyard, Hell's Kitchen, Westyard Distribution Center, and the divine wild carrot. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Some of the contaminants/fillers identified include rice, beans, pine, citrus, asparagus, primrose, wheat, houseplant, wild carrot and others.